Online Dating Based On Science

Connect With Your Mr. or Ms. Right Through DNA Matchmaking

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Why Choose Us?

DNA Romance is an exclusive platform where serious and intelligent singles can meet. We provide evidence-based matchmaking that takes into consideration chemical attraction in addition to to personality and appearance, saving our customers time, money and frustration by matching them with the right people sooner. See who's online now!

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How It Works?

DNA Romance is an online dating service that uses a DNA test to match members who are likely to feel a real chemical attraction (chemistry) with each other. Our beta-platform can be used free of charge by those people who already have a DNA testing data.

DNA Testing

First, download your DNA data from 23andMe, or AncestryDNA, or MyHeritage, or FamilyTreeDNA, or LivingDNA.

If you haven't already completed a DNA test then look no further DNA Romance are offering our own DNA test for $150 USD + postage. Order a DNA test today!

DNA Matching

Complete your DNA Romance profile and you will soon see matches who are compatible with you.

Your Matches

Go ahead and break the ice with a message, you're far more likely to feel chemical attraction towards your matches!

The Science

We all know Chemical Attraction is an essential ingredient for a successful relationship. But, did you know that chemistry is detected by your nose? The relationship between smell and attraction is real and well characterized, even explaining the success of a multi-billion dollar perfume industry. Plus we all know the expression that "Love is in the air". Did you know there is a biological basis behind why you find the scent of one person to be attractive, while the scent of another people can be repulsive?

Watch Professor Robert Winston explain the genetic basis of chemical attraction in just two minutes.

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Key Research Papers

Henningsson S, Hovey D, Vass K, Walum H, Sandnabba K, Santtila P, Jern P, Westberg L (2017) A missense polymorphism in the putative pheromone receptor gene VN1R1 is associated with sociosexual behavior. Transl Psychiatry. 7(4):e1102.

Sherlock JM, Sidari MJ, Harris EA, Barlow FK, Zietsch BP (2016) Testing the mate-choice hypothesis of the female orgasm: disentangling traits and behaviours. Socioaffect Neurosci Psychol. 6:31562.

Kromer J, Hummel T, Pietrowski D, Giani AS, Sauter J, Ehninger G, Schmidt AH, Croy I (2016) Influence of HLA on human partnership and sexual satisfaction. Sci Rep. 6:32550.

Christakis NA and Fowler JH (2014) Friendship and natural selection PNAS. 11:10796–10801.

Lie HC, Simmons LH and Rhodes G (2010) Genetic dissimilarity, genetic diversity, and mate preferences in humans. Evolution and Human Behavior 31:8–58.

Chaix R, Cao C, and Donnelly P (2008) Is Mate Choice in Humans MHC-Dependent? PLOS Genetics, 4 (9)

Garver-Apgar CE, Gangestad SW, Thornill R, Miller RD and Olp JJ (2006) Major histocompatibility complex alleles, sexual responsivity, and unfaithfulness in romantic couples Psychol Sci, 17(10): 830-835.

Roberts CE, Gosling LM, Carter V and Petrie M (2006) MHC-correlated odour preferences in humans and the use of oral contraceptives Proc. R. Soc. B 275, 2715–2722

Martins Y, Preti G, Crabtree CR, Runyan T, Vainius AA and Wysocki CJ (2005) Preference for Human Body Odors Is Influenced by Gender and Sexual Orientation. Psychological Science, 16(9) 694-702

Horton R, Wilming L, Rand V, Lovering RC, Bruford EA, Khodiyar VK, Lush MJ, Povey S, Talbot CC Jr, Wright MW, Wain HM, Trowsdale J, Ziegler A, Beck S (2004) Gene map of the extended human MHC. Nat Rev Genet 5(12):889-899

Jacob S, McClitock MK, Zelano B and Ober C (2002) Paternally inherited HLA alleles are associated with woman’s choice of male odour. Nature Genetics, 30:175

Milinski M and Wedekind C (2001) Evidence for MHC-correlated perfume preference in humans. Behavioural Ecology 12(2):140-149

Wedekind C and Penn D (2000) MHC genes, body odours, and odour preferences. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 15(9):1269-71

Ober C (1999) Studies of HLA, fertility and mate choice in a human isolate. Hum Reprod Update 5(2):103-107.

Penn DJ and Potts WK (1999) The Evolution of Mating Preferences and Major Histocompatibility Complex Genes. The American Naturalist. 153 (2) 145-164

Wedekind C, Chapuisat M, Macas E, Rülicke T (1996) Non-random fertilization in mice correlates with the MHC and something else. Heredity. 77:400-9.

Wedekind C, Seebeck T, Bettens F And Paepke AJ (1995) MHC-dependent mate preferences in humans. Proc.R.Soc.Lond.B. 260:245-249.

Our Mission

At DNA Romance, we analyze your DNA to ensure the person you are matched with is compatible and you will have good chemistry with them. We are pioneers in understanding of how DNA plays a role is attraction and relationships. Our mission is to improve the accuracy of our romantic predictions with each new member.

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Our beta membership gives you advanced access to the DNA Romance matchmaking service today and it's currently free to use.

While we require DNA testing results in order to match to you with other users, we do accept DNA data from most genotyping service providers including 23andMe, Ancestry, Family Tree DNA, Living DNA and My Heritage.

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Need A DNA Test?

Our matchmaking method requires your DNA test data in order to find you a great match. We are now offering DNA testing services to those who haven't completed a DNA test yet, our price is $150 USD + $20 postage anywhere in the world*1. Order a DNA test today!

*1. Shipping cost to you is prepaid, you will pay the return cost of your sample to our laboratory in Canada.

Recommended - Third Party Providers

Navigating the world of personalized genomics is complex and the number of companies is rapidly expanding. Below is an incomplete list of some of the genomics companies that we recommend you try.

DNA testing bundled with ancestry or health reports

If you are also interested in ancestry and healthcare reports, then below are third parties that provide DNA testing which is also suitable for the DNA Romance service.

-> 23andMe UK/EU, or 23andMe USA/Canada (Health & Ancestry Reports)

-> Ancestry DNA (Ancestry Report)

Reports From Your Raw DNA Test Data

Promethease: Analyses your heritable health, it is a literature retrieval system that builds a personal DNA report based on connecting a file of DNA genotypes to the scientific findings cited in SNPedia. Promethease provides a lot of information for just $5.

GEDmatch: Provides many free tools to analyses your genealogy from your raw DNA data file.

Free DNA Testing In The United States

Genes For Good: Run by The University of Michigan "Genes For Good" is a research project generating and analyzing an enormous database of health and genetic information. By collecting this large data-set "Genes For Good" hope to provide valuable biological insight into the causes and treatment of heritable diseases. For your free DNA test simply answer a series of health care questions, subscriptions are made on their Facbook APP